DislikedHi ian watched some of free session of ray , and some old video too. thinking to subscribe ray but i have two doubt 1. ray have lot of material from with long long hours, one don't know where to start 2. one of the user said if you subscribe than there are no path where to start and when finish, no chapter like instructions, you never know when to finish 3. i trade indian market but maximum cocept of ray based upon USIgnored
To answer your points:
1. Yes, unlike the vast majority of people out there Ray doesn't teach just one setup or a handful of concepts. He teaches everything he can find that is applicable to retail traders, including the different ways that institutional traders trade (Pit Traders/Locals, Prop Traders, Commercials and Pension Funds etc.). Naturally this is more than any single student can use (at least not at the same time). But it means that any student should be able to pick out a huge amount which is applicable to their own circumstances (personality, skills, resources, interests).
2. Was the person who said there is no path as to where to start a student of Ray? I doubt that very much because the place to start is always the recorded videos from the start of the last official full course. They and all other recorded sessions can be found in the CompassFX members area.
3. You are correct that although the same principles apply to all markets each market has it own character because of the traders who trade it. Ray mainly covers Markets where he knows of good free/cheap trading resources so although he covers S[pot FX, the German DAX index the London FTSE100 index and Brent Crude Oil it is the US markets which are most developed and thus have the most suitable resources. Thus although Ray has students world wide (I'm in the UK, we have many in Europe, Australia, Africa, NZ, Singapore, HK and a few in Russia, China, South America and India), most of us trade Spot FX and the US markets.
Which markets do your trade? The Nifty?, Tea?, Rice?, Gold? The Nifty is greatly affected by trading on the other major Equity Indices : S&P500, DAX30, FTSE100, HK, Nikkei etc. Gold trading in India is greatly affected by the Japanese and the London Gold markets.